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TAKE a break from cooking this lunar new year and allow a team of professional chefs to whip up a bountiful meal ideal for family bonding or small feasts.
Takeaway platters offer convenience for those celebrating at home.
WHAT gives prawns that bouncy texture so savoured by diners at Chinese restaurants? Some say sodium bicarbonate mixed in a brine of ice cold water does the trick.
CHINESE New Year is best celebrated with close ones be it spending time together at home or enjoying a feast at a restaurant.
ADAPTABILITY is key to survival. This was the idea adopted by chef Yap Poh Weng and his team when the second movement control order kicked in a month before Chinese New Year.
WHEN life gives you lemons, make lemonade. Sheraton Petaling Jaya’s Yue Chinese restaurant is taking this adage to heart by adapting to the movement control order and its restrictions on dine-in to offer a takeaway reunion dinner menu for Chinese New Year.
THE communal dining experience that is a big part of Chinese New Year celebrations will not be the same this year as Malaysians continue to feel the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Parcels of goodness and auspicious dishes designed to mark occasion with loved ones.
THE ubiquitous yee sang can be a good blank canvas to put a creative and fun spin on Chinese New Year festivities.